Unfortunately, Tay seems to be the only one who doesn’t know that Stacy plays for the other team, and when her brother (a friend of Tay’s) tells him “Dude, my sister’s gay! The two girls finally move in closer and nuzzle a little — but alas, no kiss.
That's why I work so hard to tell the best stories because I want this kind of show to succeed because maybe it will send a message to programmers that we should do more of this and it really dispel the myth that a show like this can't work so at least we've done that.
To promote the third season, they showed clips of Cassie and Charles's relationship to the song "Crush" by the American Idol's seventh season runner-up, David Archuleta.
To promote season 4, they are using the song "Avalanche" by Marie Digby.
If it were, I would just choose a life that wasn’t so complicated.
Here’s what I liked most about this: it’s not a coming-out story (and no lesbians get pregnant). ” angst, Stacy’s sexual orientation isn’t a big secret, and Stacy and Cassie (and even Charles) banter easily throughout this episode and the last about whether her love interest “likes girls, too.” Stacy’s big concern (besides upsetting her father by publicly attending the prom with another girl) is the same one all teenagers have in high school: whether the person she likes, likes her back.